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the twist you can't resist. [♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: all right. current tv world. another exciting thursday coming out. bill press jesse ventura, and dave mudcat suanders. and jacki is there something about that honey southern draw? is it me? >> i saw that too.
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was it lawrence o'donnell. >> stephanie: i don't know. >> yeah. >> stephanie: you and i are like political porn addicts. he was like make somebody punch him right in the mouth. and i was like oh, honey. talk dirty to me some more. [ laughter ] >> good morning, everybody. today it's president obama's turn to meet the candidates. yesterday mitt romney tried to do damage control at the same forum, saying he would be president for the 100% in spite being caught on camera saying there was 47% of the electorate that consider themselves
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victims. that secretly-reported tape also showed mitt romney saying he would be a better shot at being president if he were latino. when we spoke on the term immigration, he used the term illegal aliens. >> romney: with a few months before the election, he puts in place something which is temporary, which does not solve this issue. i will solve it on a permanent basis. [ applause ] >> meanwhile romney's attempt to court those in the coal industry has taken a turn. a new ad the company that owns the mine pulled the workers out for the rally and shut down work for the afternoon, because senior managers wanted to attend the rally. they were not paid for the time
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[ laughter ] >> stephanie: that's so cute. don't go changing chameleon. we have a big show karl frisch bill press -- >> how did we ever get that booking. >> jesse ventura and dave mudcat suanders. things are going well, aren't they? [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: for instance and by that i mean about me -- we had our highest rating ever yesterday on current tv. [ applause ] >> stephanie: crazy. thank you, current tv. i love you. >> i blame roland's balls. >> stephanie: yeah. have you seen they have been finding the great white sharks left and right in cape cod. i rode my bike right over that bridge, i thought i need a bigger bike. [♪ circus music ♪]
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. >> i was one of those people who saw jaws ii before i saw jaws. >> stephanie: you're weird. remember how paul ryan was going to the game changer? down in his home state. and tammy baldwin has moved ahead 50 to 41% over tommy thompson in wisconsin. julie in seattle said hey, calling your opponent a big lez is not such a good strategy. >> is that what happened? >> stephanie: yes. [ laughter ] >> wow. and my favorite lol twitter of today, mitt romney is money boo boo. [♪ circus music ♪] >> yeah, but he is not going to be drinking that go juice. it has too much caffeine it? .
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>> stephanie: let's get fresh, here we go. ♪ karl ♪ >> stephanie: karl frisch, hello good morning, karl frisch. >> good morning, how are you. >> stephanie: you said a bit of a sugar high referring to the president's bump. turns out it's a little more than a sugar high. >> remember he is mormon so sugar is a new experience for him. >> stephanie: right. >> yeah basically this point, any time that mitt romney calls a haste illy organized press conference in the middle oh the night, we should just break out the popcorn and say it's going to be a good week. >> stephanie: exactly. romney and his friends at the super pac have pulled their ads
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in two battleground states. >> yes, and it is getting worse and worse. there was an story in the new york time about how they are losing the ad war. we heard that romney's campaign had raised so much more than the obama campaign $300 million. it just wasn't true. they combined the pools to come up with that bigger impressive number, and therefore, in a lot of states like colorado new hampshire, virginia ohio he is being severely outspent on television. >> stephanie: you mentioned ohio, internal polling has the president up by nearly double digits, which is why romney pulled his ads there as well. >> and all of that before he
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decided to denigrate half of the country. >> stephanie: yes, this is before -- this is taken before this whole latest -- this is not just a gaffe, this is the gaffe-a-palooza. >> this is a rare glimpse at honesty. i'm told he will be having an event? ohio this evening where we'll be kicking a dog for anyone who wants him to in an effort to improve his image. >> stephanie: i love this part the whole tea party party massaging their buttons once again, how else can they be losing to a kenyan muslim,
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fashionist -- and then you go there. >> i -- i may have been a little bit outrageous in a moment of happiness typing that out, but -- i mean this -- this is what they are headed towards because of their idiotsy, and when he does lose stephanie, we're going to have to deal with months and months you know why mitt romney lost he just wasn't conservative enough. >> stephanie: you were saying this is what happens every time they play dirty. did you see this clip of bill clinton saying give me a break, this is the bigger fairytale i have ever seen and it was not about the economy at all, right? >> yeah and now how often do we have to listen to how romney
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wants this thing on the economy. whenever there is a distraction, they need it to be back on the economy. you won't even hear romney talking about the economy when he is on the stump now. he talks about god being on money, god being on the pledge of allegiance his faith, how the president is a bad guy -- >> stephanie: he is a bad man. >> yeah, i mean this coming from a guy who said that we wanted him to succeed, and the reason for that is because he has to hold on to his base now, and if you are walking into a general election, and you are more worried about keeping your base intact than you are about expanding to get the votes you need to win, all you are doing at that point is making sure when your ship goes down your waves don't sink -- [overlapping speakers] >> stephanie: karl did you see that press conference yesterday. hilarious. the leaders on the hill didn't
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want to talk about romney. they are like okay. good night thank you. they have no comment. mitt who? >> i don't blame the congressional leadership they gave the romney campaign a sacrifice in paul ryan and, you know, this is what they get for it. >> stephanie: yep. >> so they could very well lose the house and i'm pretty sure that there's no way in heck they can win the senate at this point. >> stephanie: it's so sad. let's dive into the right-wing world. [♪ circus music ♪] >> stephanie: the base was the guy in texas who was lynching an empty chair thinking that was funny because it was supposed to be the president. >> yeah. >> stephanie: the secret service, jim may not find that funny. >> and the tea party doesn't think it's racist. >> stephanie: no it's prop
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humor. sean hannity. >> romney's poor point in this which is there are too many people dependent on government, and that's what this election now is going to come down to -- >> why is he yelling. >> stephanie: because he's scared. >> yeah, dammit! >> stephanie: just because i know sean and we're sort of friends, i just feel like holding him there. he needs a hug. >> i feel bad for these guys at fox news. >> stephanie: yeah they are getting kind of shouty. he is echoing his friend rush who said this is a golden opportunity. it's a good thing it's a god send. >> right. >> whenever mitt romney puts his foot in his mouth and says something absolutely extreme and bizarre, the only people that think it's a good thing he said
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are the people at fox news and conservative talk radio. but i don't know why they are upset at this point, if president obama gets reelected they get to attack him again for another four years. >> stephanie: exactly. charles on -- >> his base believe in the government's central role in their life they believe in victimization, entitlement, and that's the entire philosophy. and you can point to a lot of things. look at the featured speaker of the democratic convention. sandra fluke, she is going to make a $160,000 in the private sector. why was she the big star? ordinary americans will pay her contraception.
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>> it wasn't just about her -- >> stephanie: wow! >> they can't understand some people want to do something selfless. >> stephanie: yeah. there are only so many different ways to call a woman a slut didn't there? >> yeah. but it's not just about saundra fluke at this point. what you heard is that what conservative think liberals think about this country. and the idea that somebody who fight need food stamps is some kind of a dead beat is so prevalent in the right wing it's ridiculous. and remember, a lot of these people are -- are not unemployed. they are under employed, and they maybe even work 60 hours a week, without getting health insurance without even make money that would lift them out of the poverty level.
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>> stephanie: and he insulted mostly his base -- a lot of that number that he is talking about is the elderly that have worked and paid into this their whole lives. >> right. they are collecting the benefits they have paid into. >> and also those lazy handicap people with their fancy parking spots. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: we continue more right-wing world right after this on the "stephanie miller show." announce it's like a mensa meeting with fart jokes. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ you spend time putting news together but you have got the chameleon washing his hands in the sink. >> it's at >> stephanie: what was the cat website we spent weeks of our life on. >> the bad joke cat?
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>> my favorite is the f-ing account. only it was the whole word. that is my favorite at all time. >> better than the invisible obama? >> yes. >> stephanie: and yet there is only one jacki schechner who is an original. good morning, jacki. >> good morning. good morning, everyone. tim pall len ta did not get the republican vp nod, but he does have a new job, and is stepping down as co-chair of the romney campaign to take it. he will be the head of a big wall street lobbying firm. he is replacing former texas congressman steve bartlett. he released a statement saying he was grateful for his time in public service but now he is moving on. google, yahoo, and amazon are
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banning together to form the internet association. it has 14 members, and they will work on net issues. they first cam together to fight sopa and sipa earlier this year. elizabeth warren and scott brown will have their first televised debate tonight. the race is so close between the two candidates than the debate would have more influence on the electorate than debates usually do. one poll released today gives senator brown a four point lead amongst likely voters. brown has been selling himself as a independent and talking about his ability to work across the aisle. elizabeth warren's challenge is
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to shore up her support amongst women and democrats and win over as much of the middle as possible. we're back with more stephanie after the break. stay with us. ♪ action. trickle down does not work. in romney's world, cars get the elevator and the workers get the shaft. that is a whole bunch of bunk. the powerful may steal an election, but they can't steal democracy.
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[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine, woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good, hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: what? i'm here. oh, i'm sorry. >> are you sure? are you sure? >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show."
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>> are you sure? >> stephanie: it's because you work me like a red-haired stepchild during the breaks. >> well -- wa wa, wa. got to work for a living wa, wa, wa. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: i'm a 47 percenter, what the hell? what am i doing here working? the website. and check it. rowland the sexy liberal tour director with the ugly balls. he tweeted me my balls have become viral. all i know is we had the highest ratings ever yesterday. >> balls, balls, balls. >> stephanie: i saw them during the bike trip, and it was very distressing.
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made an incorrect movie reference or a play -- >> the tennessee williams play the glass manjerie. >> stephanie: stephanie miller apologizes with the tight asses she works with -- >> the greatest american playwright and she doesn't use her theater degree to get it right -- >> is there a lez-a nine section? [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: i don't know why i get the respect that i deserve now that i'm dating jody foster! >> why don't you give me the respect i am entitled to! >> stephanie: this blew up in
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the twitter verse while i was at the dnc -- we were spotted apparently at the dnc, and at the grove, and she got us better hotel rooms at the dnc, and what do we say? thank you, jody -- >> i think rowland did the work >> stephanie: think of the publicity. steph let me congratulate you and jody for finding each other -- [♪ magic wand ♪] >> stephanie: thank you. >> when are you going to move into the palacial foster compound. >> stephanie: can i see the panic room? >> and you are going to run away screaming. >> stephanie: screaming. i'm sure you will be very happy as long as she leaves the cats
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in france. [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> stephanie: you know how you normally talk baby talk to each other? [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. i have never met her. okay. [ applause ] >> stephanie: i was going to ride that publicity train as long as i could. >> i thought she has a partner. >> stephanie: i don't know. i have never met her. okay. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: mike -- oh rocky mountain mike. how about this magical -- [♪ magic wand ♪] >> stephanie: 1% of stephanie miller separation story. my mother was speaking in charlotte -- it's my charlotte gay! that did my hair. he was thrilled to learn that connie was the sister of rocky mountain mike.
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small world. >> wow! [ applause ] >> stephanie: everyone is either one degree away from me or my girlfriend jody foster. >> oh, boy. >> stephanie: people are feeling a little giddy, and we don't want to get ahead of ourselves -- >> right. >> stephanie: that could be larry the land side lizard washing his hands. molly rights now i wish this campaign would last forever about a month ago i was so sick of the campaign i couldn't wait for it to end, now it feels kind of sad to see it go. it's like watching my favorite baseball team a bitchy reality show all rolled into one. for the first time in my life i clicked on fox news on purpose. i was busy talking to all of my
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liberal friends. it just keeps getting better and better. i never knew it could be this good. i was inspired in 2008. but this is a whole new experience. one plate of food at the romney fund raiser cost about $23,000 more than the annual wage earners. [ applause ] >> stephanie: thank you for that. i admit to shadden foid myself. >> stephanie: what -- >> what is that? >> stephanie: i'm enjoying it a little bit. leslie you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hey i'll see you in
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seattle. >> stephanie: whoo! ♪ >> stephanie: go ahead. >> caller: i was just wondering if the gun-toting rednecks may go ape shit -- >> stephanie: did you get that? oh, boy. [ explosion ] >> stephanie: ken in chicago you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, pardon me for a moment. i love you guys! >> stephanie: you can't say ape [ censor bleep ] on television. >> who do the bleeping people think they can say bleeping bleep on the radio. >> stephanie: what is bleep is the matter with you guys? >> caller: this is probably a given for me and some other people out there. a republican win would mean the collapse of government as we know it because their goal is to privatize everything in the government. who is going to look out for us
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little people? >> stephanie: yep. i love this. these headlines are so sad. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: romney says he's more american's best bet. he said he would do a better job about helping the poor. i thought he said he doesn't care about the poor. 43% of registered voters thought less of romney after seeing the tapes. who watches and goes that's right. independent voters say the video lowered their opinion of romney. oh dear, peggy noonan not happy. [ wah wah ] >> stephanie: mitt has really hushed her glow.
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it is time to admit the romney campaign is an incompetent one. >> okay. >> stephanie: i have somebody like lauren bacall saying that to him. what an incompetent oaf. other republicans just doing the moon walk backwards from romney. a reuters poll showed obama lead 49% to 38%. these are just from the cumulative last two disasters, jim, the conventions, and then romney -- and then -- >> yeah. >> stephanie: the middle east stuff. >> wow. wow. >> stephanie: and then -- oh, dear. [ wah wah ] >> stephanie: did you see the television interview with his
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mother. romney's father received welfare. [ wah wah ] >> stephanie: he is a lazy 47 percenter. >> stephanie: yeah. okay. all right. i have to break early, don't i -- because we have governor jesse ventura coming up. >> i know. >> stephanie: we're just calling audibles here. 17 minutes after the hour. kids carbonite, carbonite, carbonite. don't even have to think about it anymore. it is just there doing it. look right there my green dot -- >> i have a green dot right over here on this computer. >> stephanie: my green dot is better than yourselves. it backs up all of your files continually. remember the old days? i do? when you had to remember to back stuff up.
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>> back in the 40s. >> stephanie: right. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: carbonite is so easy to get started with. $59 for the entire year gives you unlimited backup for all of your files. when i get demanding and screechy i need it now. >> exactly. i don't care that you sound like dana lohse, i do my job. >> stephanie: i make that sound she makes, and boom everything is at my fingertips. they will back up all of your computers for one flat fee. you lost the dana lohse clip. >> i think it is found under screeching harpy. >> stephanie: it found here right under -- >> you're fired! >> oh, boy.
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>> stephanie: two bonus months with your subscription that's, offer code stephanie. peggy noonan just called and she said you are incompetent. >> i'm an incompetent oaf. >> i think your show is absolutely vulgar. it is sad. >> announcer: it is the "stephanie miller show."
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♪ ve mudcat suanders coming right up. jacki schechner, i was on vacation and missed some things but our signs and fact-free fends on the republican side, the republican congressman one of the guys that said those
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crazy things about rape he also told a reporter that female breast milk when fed to a gay man daily has a chance of curing the homosexuality. have you heard about this? >> hum. what responsible organization reported that one. >> stephanie: i have jacki schechner. >> how bizarre. good morning, everybody. senator marco rubio is appearing in a new tved a for romney campaign talking about medicare. medicare is going bankrupt we have to kill it as we know it in order to fix it, and it's the least we can do for our parents. >> we can save medicare without changing my mothers, but on if younger americans accept that our medicare will be different than our parents when we retire
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in 30 years. but isn't that the least we can do. >> also the gop ticket wants to appeal the affordable care act. according to new estimates the medicare advantage plans -- those are the private health insurance plans that offer medicare at a more expensive rate than what we can offer through the government, they are not suffering at the hands of health care reform as they claim they would, in fact they are doing even better than before. defenders for medicare and medicaid say enrollment in the plans is up 20%, premiums are down 10%, and benefits have stayed the same. also today you are likely to hear news that more people will face a penalty for not buying health insurance. now 6 million people not 4 will face about a $1,200 penalty if they don't buy health insurance
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[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's "the stephanie ♪ i'm walking on sunshine, woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 6 minutes after the hour. tomorrow, fridays with sexy liberal john fugelsang. tickets going fast for the big birthday show in settle and
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then the big sexy liberal palooza? new york city. >> new york city! >> stephanie: yeah. get your tickets now. i was at my desk -- my tv is behind me, chris, in my office, and you know those sultry tones i heard coming out of the tv ♪ mudcat, mudcat ♪ ♪ excellent ♪ ♪ he'll a real tom cat, mudcat ♪ >> stephanie: i turned around and that there was that handsome devil. good morning, mud. >> hey, steph. >> stephanie: you did a great job on tv.
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>> i love sharpton. >> stephanie: your race -- i think your guy is going to win. >> well, it has been going great. and y'all have been wonderful. >> stephanie: when he was in with us for the hour a lot of people said they contributed from states -- not even from virginia because he was so impressive. >> we have small numbers here and we include y'all amongst them, but we now have over 4,000 different individual contributions, people from all over the country who understand what coin-operated government and what eric cantor is doing, but we have got to fight. but i was telling the guys this morning -- we're calling this the corn bread marshall campaign. [ laughter ] >> when you come to southwest
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virginia, steph, soon i want you to introduce you to cornbread. >> stephanie: i loves me some corn bread. >> we have to build our campaign around this type of attitude. he come down there and got the hell beat out of him. and some people said what happened to you. and he said my daddy beat the hell out of me. and they said he is 94 years old. how did he do that? and he said he did yay yonder half the fighting. and that's what we're doing. eric cantor is reacting negatively to this. they are giving us way too much credit -- >> stephanie: he strikes me of having that same sense of entitlement that romney smacks of. i was shocked he even agreed to a debate finally aren't you?
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>> i was completely shocked but sending out press releases and he has already started shooting at us, but that was our problem to begin with was name recognition, and wayne started out with 17% name recognition. we have driven it up some, but heck, i get eric cantor with his own campaign driven it up even further than that. but talking about entitlement, because of these guys -- i look at romney. i look at paul ryan. i look at eric cantor. and you know -- in reality -- these guys aren't republicans. it's like i said last night. they are corporatists, is what they are. and they are bought and paid for, all of them and romney right now is pitiful. we're sitting here in the middle
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of september and he's on defense. politics is about offense. about driving votes to you. when you are on defense all you are doing is trying to hold the ones you have. and this is just not going to work. i don't know how mitt romney is going to get the momentum back. >> stephanie: you and i have been watching politics for a while, this has the sense of real damage and real down ticket damage too, don't you think? >> absolutely. it's a lack of a message, and we talked about it several -- you know, weeks ago, but about the idea that the ryan budget had a $700 billion hole in it, where they had not identified the cuts. the only way that they can get to that $700 billion in cuts -- according to the bookings institution is they have got to cut the mortgage
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deduction. and that's the only cut that the middle class has. >> stephanie: yeah. yeah. >> and, you know, the -- they were supposed to come out with something this week, you know, with more specifics on what they were going to cut, and we haven't seen a thing. >> stephanie: that's to me i was saying earlier in the show that's why this is so damage withing with video with romney. he is lecturing other people who won't pay their taxes. he won't release his taxes, and he won't give us any specifics on what taxes we're going to pay if we get in. >> i think it was damaging to me in a sense that he didn't show any street smarts. here is a guy talking to 150 people -- and i don't care if they were paying $50,000 a plate, they -- they got cell phones, with cameras on them and, you know, all it takes is
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one of those people to do, you know, what happened, and you don't say stuff like that in front of 150 people. you just don't do it. it's just loose lips sink ships, and it hasn't have been the carter grandson it could have been somebody else. >> stephanie: maybe they should haven't poked the carters with a sharp stick so many times. we have already seen a bunch of republicans distancing themselves from romney. i feel it is only going to get worse in the debates, because he is not good when he gets flustered in debates, right? >> well it goes back to that sense of entitlement. and this elitist behavior, you can't hide it. and politics is a hell of a lot more simple than people give it credit for being. it's all about addition, and all
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you have to know is seventh grade math and the first couple of days of algeebra, one, and you can get through it. but the problem is romney is just not a likable guy. he reminds me of the drum major in my high school band for some reason, but there is nothing exciting about him nothing to get people pumped up. his tone is terrible. and he is an awful candidate. and obviously he has an awful staff. >> stephanie: right, and that's his last case -- his whole thing he is running on is look at what a great manager i am. and his campaign is a disaster. >> like i said i like street smarts and you have got to have it. you have to know how people are going to react, be thinking of what you are going to say, and
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what are the ramifications of what you say before you say it and romney just doesn't have it. and i don't think right now he is fit to be president of the united states. he scares me. >> stephanie: i know. i know. you thought last week was scary with the middle east like he could start world war three before he even gets in. you know the latest polls, mud showing the president pulling ahead, that's before this. >> well, you are talk about the down tickets. here in virginia tim kaine jumps up to a seven-point lead. >> stephanie: yep. >> and i think that has a lot to do with romney's comments. and the fact that they look -- you know, they don't look comfortable running, and if they don't look comfortable running, then people assume they are not going to be comfortable
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serving. >> stephanie: can't wait for the debate. >> i have a tv ad to show you, and then another tv ad i'll show you the week after next. >> stephanie: awesome feed us all of that inside info. mudcat love you. can't wait to see you next week. >> let's go see corn bread marshall. [ applause ] >> stephanie: all right. love you honey. those southern names are confusing. hush puppies. >> those are good. they are deep fried bread balls. >> stephanie: roland would like
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those. if you get flustered debating rick perry. you are probably not going to do well against obama. he called for christian soldiers to stand against president obama. who would see any kind of racial undertones coming from a guy who owns a ranch called n-word head. president obama is trying to remove any religion from american life. the pastor credited the governor's spirituality with ending the texas drought. >> huh? >> oh, my god! >> wow. >> stephanie: okay. he went on to insist it's a christian's duty to defend life by electing women who want to restrict women's health
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services. [ applause ] >> that's more likely to put women to death than celebrate life. [ applause ] >> the spokesman for jews is -- >> stephanie: yeah, is on the line. 17 minutes after the hour. kids go to meeting -- do people do business trips anymore. just i'll be at the marriott? why would you pay -- flying hotels and gas -- >> going through security -- >> naked scans. >> stephanie: right? click and you are in go to meeting. i bet ya governor ventura does it because he doesn't fly. >> that's right, you don't have to be trapped in hotels. >> stephanie: check this out. go to webinar by citrix it's the simplest way to reach a large audience right from your
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desk. >> wow. >> stephanie: you can hold as many meetings per month as long as you need. there is an online poll plus it is sample to set up and easy for your audience to use, no it support needed. >> wow. >> neato? >> stephanie: hum., click on the try it free button, steph is the promo code. >> this is rapidly approaching a spectacle. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪
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>> stephanie: irene you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: i'm so sick and tired of these people calling our president a food stamp president when in all actuality, george bush was an office that -- when this nation started to collapse which made people need food stamps. >> stephanie: that's exactly it. they make it sound like it's bad to lift people out of poverty. >> yeah. >> stephanie: nobody wants to stay on food stamps -- i -- i don't get it. okay. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: has darrell issa -- i suggest either pro flowers -- >> a pajama gram. >> stephanie: when you send an apology to eric holder you and
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all of your ass hat friends. they found out that fast and furious started under [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> gorge bush. >> stephanie: no cover up as charged by republicans. oh, and that cost a lot of taxpayer money. >> thanks. >> stephanie: holder pointed to the report that he knew nothing of the tactics and did not try to cover them up. >> stephanie: arsonnist, allegedly -- at least i'm not wasting taxpayer money investigating all of that? >> exactly. >> stephanie: [ inaudible ]. >> allegedly. >> stephanie: allegedly.
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did i not say that. thank you, mr. attorney general. okay. hey, looky here. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: so many republican ass hats mitty's turmoil is because of girly men in the white house. north carolina senator david rowser said at a tea party express rally if romney is elected the people in the middle east would settle down because then we would have a real man in the white house. oh, who is more butch than romney. an audience member shouted no girly men.% prompting him to say, that's right, no girly men.
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stephen colbert said if science gives you something you don't like, pass a law stopping it. [ applause ] >> stephanie: it's that guy. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: okay. all right. >> wow. >> stephanie: scott in rich monday, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi scott! >> caller: morning steph. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: i'm a jew living in eric cantor's district -- [overlapping speakers] >> stephanie: what is that? >> caller: if wayne defeats cantor for me, it will be just like christmas for me. [ laughter ] >> caller: what i really called about though is this video clip that they have been running showing obama talking about redistribution -- >> stephanie: yes, in 1998 uh-huh. >> caller: if you look at the out of context clip that they are using what he is talking about is redistributing the government programs the assets
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of the government programs from the taxes they have already collected. >> stephanie: right. to give everyone a fair shot. and if you go on to listen to more of the tape he is praising capitolism. >> caller:. right. he is talking about what we already allocated to existing programs. >> stephanie: yeah, i didn't even put a lot of time or energy into trying to figure out exactly what barack obama meant when he was a state senator in 1998. because what? really? >> and the romney film as far as i know was unedited -- >> stephanie: yeah, and just a few months ago. a little more relevant, i think. 29 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ we'll be right back. "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> i'm really looking forward to this, i really need some -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. . >> -- after the week i have had. >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 34 minutes after the hour. because we're helpers, i'm trying to find people that have had a worse week than mitt romney. >> okay. >> stephanie: come on, the guy that cooked his wife -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: this story is really -- okay. >> he is a chef -- >> stephanie: he is a chef that cooked his wife for several days. >> well, you have to tender rise
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it. >> otherwise it is a little stringy. >> oh, dude. >> stephanie: jim is divorced so that's somewhat disturbing. but he is remarried and his present wife is presumably fine. yeah, this story. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: how about this piece of work. david ling he -- >> david veins. >> stephanie: something. when he -- when investigators started to suspect him and his wife who had disappeared, he left an 80 foot cliff feets first arms raised screaming -- he survived that -- >> oh wow. >> stephanie: all that remains after she was -- what was it boiled for several days -- >> four days in a big drum.
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>> stephanie: and then he poured her into a grease pit all that remained was her skull. he told investigators they asked where the skull was. in my mother's attic. [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> stephanie: he said she kept pestering him while he was trying to sleep. >> so go ahead and boil her for four days. >> stephanie: right and then put the skull in your mom's attic. >> i corrected her. >> stephanie: what did you do to her? duct tape he replied. and then he fell asleep and the next morning i picked up and panicked. why did you panic? she was hard. [ wah wah ] >> stephanie: so he was just
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trying to tenderize her because she was -- >> stephanie: she was hard. >> stephanie: yeah. >> what restaurant? >> stephanie: what restaurant was that -- >> i just want to make sure i avoid that. is that in south bay? red lobster maybe. >> stephanie: one more love gone awry story. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: nuclear sub commander decides to fake his own death. michael ward was having an affair -- >> no relation shun. >> stephanie: he was having an affair with a young woman. he sent his mistress an email from a fictitious person named bob, posing as a coworker
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saying he had died unexpectedly. what could go wrong until the woman showed up at his residence with condolence. where is the mind-erase thing. john in chicago you reason oh the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hey, steph, how are you guys -- i tried -- er -- >> stephanie: all right. try at phone. susan in cape cod, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, sus. >> caller: hi, i'm thrilled i finally got through. we have seen you in boston twice, we love you. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i'm getting really tired of mitt romney going around for a variety of reasons
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obviously -- talking about how he is the grandfather of obamacare and he is going to take that. i'm from massachusetts, we suffered through this man for four years -- >> stephanie: he is behind 33 points in massachusetts. what does that say. >> caller: no kidding. when ted kennedy was alive. universal health care in massachusetts was really his baby and the baby of the democratic legislature. mitt romney vetoed that bill eight times, and then finally the legislature was able to overrule the veto, and we got it. and so when he says he is all for healthcare forget it. the thing is ted kennedy needs to have some respect for that one. >> stephanie: yeah. absolutely. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: oh, by the way this just in. when you as to t-paw -- tim
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pawlenty has quit the romney campaign to do something -- some sort of firm -- at a place that will be less embarrassing -- >> going to work in gay porn now. >> something less embarrassing. >> stephanie: feeling a little titanicy, a little last-minute lifeboaty. hearing the rats. squeak, squeak, squeak yeah the old couple -- >> all right. we're taking on water. let's get out of here! paul ryan will be like get your hand off of my wood. >> scat, shhu. >> stephanie: not that wood. plank of wood. >> yes, i knew what you meant. garth welcome.
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>> caller: it would be really really interesting if somebody would be able to ask paul ryan's mother who i assume is on some sort of entitlement program how she really feels about mitt romney calling her a victim. you know, and didn't ryan put himself through school getting social security from his father? >> stephanie: exactly. i don't know what the private conversation is like do you, jim? oh, dear i love you, but your running mate is kind of a douche. >> something like that. >> stephanie: that was the one part of the titanic movie where we thought it was the most romantic movie in the world. i love you but you are going to have to get off of my wood. glug, glug, glug glug. that will be paul ryan.
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the budget monster will still be floating on a piece of wood -- and it will be like, oh, mitt i love you, get off now -- eke, eke eke. everyone on romney's campaign is the rich douche that was going to marry kate winslet. >> yeah. >> very nice couple always playing douche nozzles, but -- >> he was terrifying in [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: david bender is on the phone. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: hello, david bender. tim pawlenty didn't jump he was paid, he is about to become -- wait for it -- the chief washington lobbyist for
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the banking industry. >> stephanie: oh heavens. >> because they don't have enough help. it's -- it's pity the poor banks so he is going to represent them, and it suggested maybe because of his close relationship to possibly president romney they had made a smart hire. >> stephanie: wow. we were laughing because i actually did watch titanic with rowland on vacation. it's just feeling titanicy a little bit. by the way spoiler alert the ship sinks. >> and it's very cold in those waters, poor leo. but it truly is amazing. normally they wait until after the election to take the big high-paying lobbyist jobs. no, t-paw is there now. >> stephanie: a lot of this stuff they wait until after the defeat -- have you seen this
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kind of back biting this early? >> yeah, when sarah palin went rogue, and you have all of those unnamed quotes going who is this person? yeah you have seen it before but this movie is -- is pretty bad -- >> stephanie: david what do you think of the polling is already not good for romney. and we haven't felt the impact of the 47% -- >> remember, stephanie, you have people watching you in all 50 states or even guam. [ bell chimes ] >> stephanie: good morning guam! >> there are people in virginia wisconsin, florida, ohio indiana -- all of these states -- actually indiana is gone. >> stephanie: good-bye indiana. >> new hampshire, nevada colorado, they are seeing a campaign unlike anything that
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we're seeing. we're seeing the movement of polls that show 4 or 5% now -- you know, equivalency and handling of the economy. that's all great. that's great if we elected the president by popular vote. we don't. and once -- once we realize that what is going to happen over these next 47 days what is going to happen is that each one of those states -- romney is on a three-day bus tour of ohio. all of it is focused on those places where if they can move football field full of votes -- and he will hand them cash. >> stephanie: right. right. >> that's what could still happen between now and then. it doesn't matter -- i wish i could state was over and you have heard me say this before if the election were held today it would be over. >> stephanie: right. >> there is early voting and it has started, and that is good
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news for us because the early voter is paying attention to this. >> stephanie: we were on the phone yesterday and almost wet our pants talking about the first debate and where we were going to watch it together. >> hopefully with chardonnay in your house. >> stephanie: that's right. when it is? >> october 3rdrd. and it will be -- that is a major window for both sides and -- and -- i don't want to be a negative nelly -- i'm normally just a nelly -- but what is important to remember here is that barack obama debated hilary clinton in the primaries, and by all accounts hilary clinton did a damn fine job in those debates. >> stephanie: yep. >> debating john mccain is like debating -- i don't know a salt shaker. it's not really a hard thing to
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do. and chris, i think you said the bar was so low for sarah palin -- if she didn't throw up on herself it was a victory. >> stephanie: right. like we were saying during the primary he is so easelly flustered. >> he is. but remember, 20 debates that the republicans had, and yeah it was rick santorum and herman cain, but by all accounts he came across as steady as confident -- >> stephanie: compare to them. the clowns in the clown cars. >> i got it. but we don't know how this is going to play out in terms of the dynamic. the president is constrained by telling the truth. >> stephanie: yeah, but as the president said, david that will be harder for romney to lie to his face rather than in an ad. >> that's what we're going to
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find out but the caller you just had is the point that needs to be had on that debate stage. 33% down in the one state that mitt romney ever governed. the reason he didn't run for reelection is not because he wanted to help the country or do the olympics that came before. >> stephanie: thank you. you are absolutely right. david bender heart break got to go. love you! >> i love you! buy, teapot! >> stephanie: i'm in a pregeek frenzy for the first debate. 48 minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: it's like a mensa meeting with fart jokes. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ do you share the sense of outrage that they're doing this, this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>i think that's an
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hi geno! >> caller: bonjouro stephanie. >> stephanie: oh, boy. >> caller: mitt romney is going to clean a the clock of barack obama in the debates -- [ dial tone ] >> stephanie: oops, i'm sorry. where is my engineer? dammit. stephanie in illinois, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, steph. >> caller: hey, don't make fun of southern names. i have a fannie mae, susie may, a lilly may, i have a cousin suck, and pig, and we don't know their real names. anyway i was calling because joe walsh came in to my husband's
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diolisis center and he didn't bother shaking black people's hands. because he knows they are going to vote for barack obama. >> stephanie: oh, yeah that guy. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: lindsay lohan reportedly drunk when she hit a chef. she was slurring. she smelled like alcohol. they claimed like i was nothing, and when he asked why she hit him with her porsche, she said you have to get out of the way. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: she said i had to
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get out of the way. that seems reasonable. it's not like she didn't give him fair warning. wow. wow. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: she is like amanda biens. she is out of control. >> stephanie: battle star. every week she would be pulled over for another dui -- >> stephanie: his kids just sit at home by yourself and drink a box of wine like normal mean. >> i think it's child actors having too much success too soon. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: lady gaga has piled on 30 pounds while she was on the drunk diet. she is on the whiskey diet -- >> stephanie: does whiskey have
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a lot of calories? >> stephanie: yeah. matt lawyer has become an anchor animal behind the scenes. he has forbidden the use of the phrase, good morning, america! [ screaming ] >> stephanie: you didn't even say the words good morning, and anywhere near america! or he loses. [ screaming ] >> stephanie: somewhere ann curry is laughing uncontrollably. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: that's it for us. sexy liberal john fugelsang with us all three hours tomorrow. >> that's right. >> stephanie: tickets going fast in new york city. i would like to thank, chris lavoie, jim ward tee bone -- everybody back at the
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